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Smith Valley Prom Review

Just a quick post about a few of the Smith Valley prom flowers we made last night & this morning-
These single mini Gerbera designs turned out nice with their flirty long ribbons & center bling. each was made on a keepsake bracelet.
white Gerbera daisy wrist corsage with silver, black and red accents.

white Gerbera daisy wrist corsage with yellow ribbons.
Pink Gerbera daisy wrist corsage

love this one (below) in red and white- designed on a Laser elastic wristband with matching Laser leaves, we also used sheer red ribbon, sparkly tinsel thread, and white feathers to compliment the white roses, 
freesia and orchid blooms. 
Red and white wrist corsage with feathers.
 ....and the matching boutonniere
Red and white rose boutonniere.

Another one of my favorites- this sassy pink and black corsage using light pink spray roses and a hot pink miniature calla. Love the Zebra print ribbon on this. 

Hot pink miniature Calla wist corsage and matching boutonniere.
Below a classic blue & white set featuring white roses, orchid and freesia blooms accented 
with royal blue stripe ribbon & rhinestone sprays.
Royal blue and white corsage and matching boutonniere.

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  1. Awsome, those are so unique and beautiful!!!

  2. Thanks for the inspiration! Did you glue all the flowers on the wristbands, especially the Gerbs? Also, do you purchase your accents online or from a regular wholesaler? Thanks Again from Oregon. :)

  3. Carla- I found most of my prom accessories from my local wholesaler and Fitz Design- Yes, Oasis glue for the flowers.
    Thanks for checking out the blog!


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